‘Docs Got Talent’ Set For June 1

The Palm Beach County Medical Society’s mission is to unite physicians to serve the common interests of the profession and to connect with others to improve the community’s health. It’s an important and serious purpose, but that doesn’t mean members can’t have fun, too. On Friday, June 1 at the Atlantis Country Club, several talented physicians and dentists will trade in their stethoscopes for guitars and more to entertain supporters and raise funds for the programs of the Palm Beach County Medical Society.

The event is open to the public. Tickets are $75 per person, and the performers promise a fun-filled night of entertainment. Mistress of Ceremonies Leslie Gray Streeter will be on hand to introduce the acts, including Dr. Jack Zeltzer, chair of the Docs Got Talent committee, who will head up a band to include Dr. Dan Higgins, Dr. John Fernandez and Kevin Beckley. Also, Dr. Dan Greenstein, Dr. Graham Whitfield, Dr. Jerold Kramer, Dr. Jill Rodila, Dr. Miryisa Colon Martinez, Dr. Robin Schecter and Dr. Rosmy Jimmy are slated to perform.

Guests are invited to an art exhibit/reception at 6 p.m. that showcases the artistic side of the doctors’ talents, followed by the dinner and show at 7 p.m. Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more info., visit www.pbcms.org, call (561) 433-3940 or e-mail deannal@pbcms.org.